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German police arrest 10 people on suspicion of terror plot

German police arrest 10 people on suspicion of terror plot

Suspects aged between 20 and 42 detained after police raids in Frankfurt regionTen people have been arrested in Germany on suspicion of planning a terrorist attack using a car and guns with the aim of
New Zealand's day of mourning for Christchurch – in pictures

New Zealand's day of mourning for Christchurch – in pictures

Vigils and silences held as country remembers the victims of the mosque shootings Continue reading...
Italy pulls out red carpet for Xi Jinping in trade charm offensive

Italy pulls out red carpet for Xi Jinping in trade charm offensive

Bocelli to sing for China’s president as Italy becomes first G7 nation to back ‘Silk Road’ planRome gave a lavish welcome to the Chinese president, Xi Jinping, his wife and entourage on Friday as
France drafts in troops to prevent further gilets jaunes violence

France drafts in troops to prevent further gilets jaunes violence

Soldiers deployed in show of force in Paris and in Nice, which is hosting a state visitFrance has drafted in extra security forces including army troops to try to prevent any repeat of violence during
Murder inquiry launched as boy dies months after Rugby fire

Murder inquiry launched as boy dies months after Rugby fire

A man, 21, and woman, 28, had been arrested in January on suspicion of arsonA murder inquiry has been launched following the death of a five-year-old boy four months after a house fire.The boy, who
'The water took everything': Buzi evacuees tell of Cyclone Idai ordeal

'The water took everything': Buzi evacuees tell of Cyclone Idai ordeal

People rescued by boat are arriving at Beira in hope of first aid, shelter and reunion with their familiesStanding in the fishing port in Beira, Mozambique, Jose Mala scans the faces of those
Ghana: at least 60 dead after two buses collide in Bono East

Ghana: at least 60 dead after two buses collide in Bono East

One of the buses involved in latest collision on Ghana’s roads caught fire, say policeAt least 60 people have been killed in a head-on collision between two buses in Ghana, police have said.The
Mueller report: no new indictments recommended, says DoJ official – as it happened

Mueller report: no new indictments recommended, says DoJ official – as it happened

Mueller submits report, signalling end of two-year inquiry Full report: what this means and what comes nextSupport the Guardian’s independent journalism, which brings clarity to this critical moment
Rich tennis fans vie for five-year, £100,000 Centre Court tickets

Rich tennis fans vie for five-year, £100,000 Centre Court tickets

Demand will far exceed supply for Wimbledon debentures going on sale next weekThe super-rich will begin battling it out next week for some of the most expensive and exclusive sports tickets in the
Birmingham pub bombings: IRA bomber names four men he says were responsible

Birmingham pub bombings: IRA bomber names four men he says were responsible

Convicted bomber tells court he was given permission by head of IRA in DublinA convicted IRA bomber known as Witness O has named four men he says were responsible for the Birmingham pub bombings,
James Comey says he hopes Trump will not be impeached after Mueller report

James Comey says he hopes Trump will not be impeached after Mueller report

Ex-FBI director wrote in a New York Times op-ed he wants the president to suffer a ‘resounding’ loss in the 2020 electionFollow the latest US politics newsJames Comey has said he hopes Donald Trump
Trump provokes global anger by recognising Israel's claim to Golan Heights

Trump provokes global anger by recognising Israel's claim to Golan Heights

Russia, Iran and Turkey condemn US president while Syria vows to recapture territory lost in 1967 warSyria has vowed to retake the Golan Heights as Donald Trump’s call for the US to recognise the
Italian 'bunga bunga' witness not killed with radioactive poison

Italian 'bunga bunga' witness not killed with radioactive poison

Doctors carrying out tests on body of Imane Fadil, who attended Berlusconi partiesResults from the first tests on the body of Imane Fadil, a Moroccan model who was a regular guest at Silvio
BBC journalists concerned over Tony Hall's Huawei meeting

BBC journalists concerned over Tony Hall's Huawei meeting

BBC News staff raise concerns over director general’s meeting with embattled Chinese firmThe BBC director general, Tony Hall, is to meet executives at Huawei next week, raising concerns among some
Maybot has finally morphed into Lino: Leader in Name Only

Maybot has finally morphed into Lino: Leader in Name Only

Nothing Theresa May says can be relied upon as fact and ministers are terrified that defending her would make them look foolishMondayThere was one minister at least who was delighted by the Speaker’s
Tory MP Christopher Davies admits expenses fraud

Tory MP Christopher Davies admits expenses fraud

MP for Brecon and Radnorshire pleads guilty to two charges over claims in 2016The Conservative MP Christopher Davies has pleaded guilty to two expenses fraud charges. Davies entered the pleas at
US briefing: Sackler lawsuit, Boeing and big oil blocks climate policy

US briefing: Sackler lawsuit, Boeing and big oil blocks climate policy

Friday’s top story: 500 cities, counties and tribes sue family behind Purdue Pharma. Plus, how the car industry hid the truth about diesel emissionsSubscribe now to receive the morning briefing by
As a musician I’m shocked there’s opposition to a new EU copyright law | Debbie Harry

As a musician I’m shocked there’s opposition to a new EU copyright law | Debbie Harry

This directive will help artists’ futures with protection from video-streaming services like YouTube. Why lobby against it? • Debbie Harry is the lead singer of BlondieIn 2016, I joined a campaign
Charities condemn UK over refusal to endorse Gaza deaths report

Charities condemn UK over refusal to endorse Gaza deaths report

Foreign Office said it could not support inquiry that failed to investigate role of Hamas A coalition of UK charities has accused the British government of “a dereliction of responsibility” after
Erdoğan praises New Zealand PM after row over mosque attacks

Erdoğan praises New Zealand PM after row over mosque attacks

Turkish leader softens tone after screening of Christchurch shootings footage at ralliesThe Turkish president, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, has tried to smooth over his diplomatic row with New Zealand by